Nate Montana hasn't gotten a contract offer from the 49ers, but he has received an invitation. Montana, the son of the 49ers' famous quarterback, will attend the team's May 10-12 rookie minicamp on an invitation basis. Montana, who played most recently for West Virginia Wesleyan, attended the team's "local" pro day earlier this month and was impressive enough to be invited back. At the time, Montana said he figured he wouldn't be drafted this weekend but said he hoped to get a free-agent contract. That's what he and his agent, Marty Magid, are concentrating on now, and the hope is that the 49ers offer him a contract after the minicamp. Magid said other, unnamed teams also have shown interest and that he was hoping his client would attend a rookie minicamp that's held next weekend, May 3-5. "A couple of teams have asked about him," Magid said. "We'll find out this week."